"TIENES MUCHA CARA" IN ENGLISH?
This is an expression that many Spanish people don't know how to say in English and, to be honest, it is not surprising because it is not that easy. I generally translate it as "being cheeky".
So, for example: "He is a very cheeky boy" or "He has got a lot of cheek". Interestingly, another option is to use the expression "some nerve". So: "She has some nerve to use my car without asking me!". Google translates "tienes mucha cara" as "you have a lot of expensive"!!!!!! jajaja That just shows that you should never use google translate other than for very simple translations!
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